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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Electrical specification

AIRBAG SYSTEM (DIAGNOSTICS) > Airbag Control Module I/O Signal

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION

Terminal numbers in airbag control module connector are shown in the figure.

The airbag warning light illuminates when the connector is removed from the airbag control module.

Item

Control module terminal No.

Ignition power supply

Dedicated fuse

(1) — 21

Passenger’s airbag module level one

+

(1) — 4

(1) — 3

Passenger’s airbag module level two

+

(1) — 1

(1) — 2

Driver’s airbag module level one

+

(1) — 5

(1) — 6

Driver’s airbag module level two

+

(1) — 8

(1) — 7

Driver’s knee airbag module

+

(1) — 9

(1) — 10

CAN-H

(1) — 13

CAN-L

(1) — 22

Collision detection signal

(1) — 24

Front sub sensor LH

+

(1) — 30

(1) — 28

Front sub sensor RH

+

(1) — 29

(1) — 27

Ground line (GND)

(1) — 25

(1) — 26

Passenger’s airbag ON indicator

(1) — 23

Passenger’s airbag OFF indicator

(1) — 17

Passenger’s seat belt warning

(1) — 15

Side airbag sensor LH

Curtain airbag sensor LH

Front door impact sensor LH

+

(2) — 24

(2) — 23

Seat belt pretensioner LH

+

(2) — 5

(2) — 6

Side airbag module LH

+

(2) — 1

(2) — 2

Curtain airbag module LH

+

(2) — 4

(2) — 3

Occupant detection control module

+

(3) — 16

(3) — 24

Side airbag sensor RH

Curtain airbag sensor RH

Front door impact sensor RH

+

(3) — 17

(3) — 18

Side airbag module RH

+

(3) — 8

(3) — 7

Curtain airbag module RH

+

(3) — 5

(3) — 6

Seat belt pretensioner RH

+

(3) — 4

(3) — 3

Lap seat belt pretensioner RH

+

(3) — 1

(3) — 2

Satellite safing sensor

+

(3) — 21

(3) — 22

Airbag control module i/o signal
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Wiring diagram
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